The official website for the Dragon Ball Z Movie 15: Fukkatsu no F(Dragon Ball Z Movie 15: F Is For Fukkatsu, or ‘resurrection’) has officially revealed the first key visual. The movie movie will premiere in Japanese theaters on April 18 in both 2D and 3D. More info about the upcoming movie can be found here.

Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie Visual Officially Revealed haruhichan.com Dragon Ball Z Movie 15 Fukkatsu no F

Dragon Ball Z Movie 15: Fukkatsu no F teaser:

Past Visuals:

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Dragon Ball is an acclaimed manga created by Akira Toriyama that was first published in 1984. The first anime adaptation of the manga, Dragon Ball, first aired in 1986 and was produced by Toei Animation. The series ended in 1989, in which the second half of the manga was then adapted with a new name: Dragon Ball Z. The anime and manga series were insanely popular in Japan, with the manga itself selling over 156 million copies to date, being the second highest selling manga of all time. The anime was soon picked up by Funimation Entertainment in 1995 to distribute in North America, where they made their own dub for the anime. Since then, a slew of merchandise, films, manga, games and card games, began releasing worldwide to capitalise on the franchise’s popularity till this day, over 30 years since the manga was first published.

Dragon Ball Z Movie 15: Fukkatsu no F synopsis from Haruhichan:

An Earth where peace has arrived. However, remnants of Frieza’s army Sorbet and Tagoma (from the Japanese word for ‘egg’) arrive on the planet. Their goal is to revive Frieza with the dragon balls. Their dastardly wish is granted, the “F” that plans its revenge against the Saiyans is revived…!

Source: Dragon Ball Z Movie 15 official website

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